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Ogle Salt & Straw’s Menu Before it Opens on Friday

Green apple mayo sherbet?! The opening Salt & Straw’s first San Francisco location is drawing nigh, with plans for a grand opening on Friday, April 14. It’s the first of two locations for the Portland-based ice cream [Read entire story]

SF’s Best Bars and Restaurants Are Showing Off at Taste of Potrero Fundraiser

Tiki-cocktails, spring-inspired recipes, and more. A Taste of Potrero is returning to the city for its seventh year in a row, reuniting some of San Francisco’s most celebrated kitchens to benefit Daniel Webster [Read entire story]

Michael Bauer Chews Up The Wolf, Drops Two Stars

Also: contemporary Indian at Rooh and third-wave coffee with a Southeast Asian influence at Drip Line The Wolf Bauer pulled an East Bay double this week, adding his voice to the critical reviews of Oakland’s newly [Read entire story]

This Week In SF Food: Salt & Straw Nears, Bauer And Sens Disagree On The Wolf, And More

This Week In SF Food: Salt & Straw Nears, Bauer And Sens Disagree On The Wolf, And More

Also, Mosu is closing this month to relocate to Korea, Emporium SF is a bit behind schedule on Divis, and Bakesale Betty and Tacolicious are among the vendors picked for the Warriors Arena. [ more › ] [Read entire story]

The People’s Kitchen Collective’s Radical Approach to Feeding the Masses

It’s food for the people and by the people There’s a strong sense of kinship that runs through the veins of the residents in the community of Oakland. And at a time when cultural differences across minority and [Read entire story]

Regarding Flowershop, Lazy Bear’s Cocktail Bar Set To Open This Summer

Regarding Flowershop, Lazy Bear's Cocktail Bar Set To Open This Summer

The main front bar is going to be a casual, a la carte, food-and-cocktail experience, with a more intimate and elaborate prix-fixe cocktail tasting available at a back bar. [ more › ] [Read entire story]

Where to Celebrate Easter in San Francisco

All the brunch, lunch, dinner, and mimosas You don’t need to be religious to celebrate the outpouring of delicious spring meals that are being cooked up in the Bay in honor of Easter. Whether you’re celebrating with [Read entire story]

San Francisco Brewing Co. Headed to Ghirardelli Square and More A.M. Intel

Four things to know today Scott’s Seafood fined for limiting bayside access Scott’s Seafood Restaurant in Jack London Square was hit with $395,000 in fines from the city of Oakland for blocking public access to the [Read entire story]

Hello Kitty Cafe Truck Returns To SF This Weekend

Hello Kitty Cafe Truck Returns To SF This Weekend

Brace yourselves. [ more › ] [Read entire story]

Your Bay Area Passover Feasting Guide

Seder suppers that are either catered or restaurant-ready Market Hall Foods’ Catered PassoverWhat: Sit back, relax, and settle down to a seder dinner courtesy of Market Hall Foods. It’s offering provisions for the [Read entire story]

Your Bay Area Passover Feasting Guide

Seder suppers that are either catered or restaurant-ready Market Hall Foods’ Catered PassoverWhat: Sit back, relax, and settle down to a seder dinner courtesy of Market Hall Foods. It’s offering provisions for the [Read entire story]

The Best Places to Eat and Drink in Potrero Hill

This sunny neighborhood on the south side of town might just surprise you with it's diverse range of cuisine Potrero Hill is known for a few things: lots of sunshine, great views of the skyline, residential streets, and [Read entire story]

The Best Places to Eat and Drink in Potrero Hill

This sunny neighborhood on the south side of town might just surprise you with it's diverse range of cuisine Potrero Hill is known for a few things: lots of sunshine, great views of the skyline, residential streets, and [Read entire story]

Hmart Has Officially Opened in the South Bay

The San Jose location is the first in the company’s expansion plan Hmart, the popular, upscale Korean market, has finally hit Northern California. The 35-year-old chain started in New York, and has slowly spread across [Read entire story]

Hmart Has Officially Opened in the South Bay

The San Jose location is the first in the company’s expansion plan Hmart, the popular, upscale Korean market, has finally hit Northern California. The 35-year-old chain started in New York, and has slowly spread across [Read entire story]

McDonald’s Wants to Track Your Whereabouts and More A.M. Intel

Four things to know today McDonald’s attempts to stay relevant with new technology McDonald’s, which has noticed a downward trend in sales, is making its move to join the modern world, starting with locations in the [Read entire story]

Go Do This Thing: Passover Seders at Wise Sons Deli

Go Do This Thing: Passover Seders at Wise Sons Deli

There are still seats available on April 11 and 12. [ more › ] [Read entire story]

Nourish Cafe to Deliver Vegan Realness to Nob Hill in May

It’s the second location for the plant-based restaurant Following the success of their original Nourish Cafe in the Inner Richmond, chef Brighton Miller and partner Sarah Bacon are expanding to Nob Hill, with a [Read entire story]

Former Hong Kong Lounge II Owner Sentenced To Six Months In A Halfway House

Former Hong Kong Lounge II Owner Sentenced To Six Months In A Halfway House

Zhou was investigated over five years ago and ordered by the U.S. Labor Department to pay over $90,000 in unpaid overtime to his employees, something that he stubbornly tried to get out of doing not once, but twice. [ [Read entire story]

Saison Drops 10 Spots on World’s 50 Best List

It’s the only SF restaurant represented Saison, chef Joshua Skenes three-Michelin-starred restaurant, has retained a spot on the World’s 50 Best list for the second year in a row— but after joining the list last [Read entire story]